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‘Atiqot 92 (2018) EISSN 2948-040X
  • Front Matter
    Atiqot 92
    Keywords: Front Matter
  • Ḥorbat ‘Ofrat in the Late Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine Periods (pp. 1–68)
    Yardenna Alexandre
    Keywords: Lower Galilee, numismatics, fauna, economy, cross, ethnicity, burial, glass, agriculture, monastery, Fatamid period, Jews, Christians, Great Revolt
    • The Glass Finds from Ḥorbat ‘Ofrat (pp. 69–82)
      Tamar Winter
      Keywords: Lower Galilee, glass production
    • The Coins from Ḥorbat ‘Ofrat (pp. 83–92)
      Gabriela Bijovsky
      Keywords: Lower Galilee, numismatics, mint, hoard
    • The Fauna from Ḥorbat ‘Ofrat (pp. 93–104)
      Nimrod Marom
      Keywords: Lower Galilee, archaeozoology, burning, economy
  • The Spina (Barrier) of the Eastern Circus at Caesarea Maritima (Hebrew, pp. 1*–62*; English summary, pp. 217–230)
    Yosef Porath
    Keywords: Roman leisure culture, facility, entertainment, architecture
    • A Chronological Revision of the Date of the Pottery Finds from the Eastern Circus at Caesarea Maritima (pp. 105–136)
      Peter Gendelman
      Keywords: Classical period, ceramics, typology, chronology
    • The Oil Lamps from the Eastern Circus at Caesarea Maritima (pp. 137–140)
      Yosef Porath
      Keywords: pottery, mold-made, wheel-made
    • Statues from the Eastern Circus at Caesarea Maritima (pp. 141–159)
      Rivka Gersht
      Keywords: Roman art, architecture, sculpture, iconography
    • The Coins from the Eastern Circus at Caesarea Maritima (pp. 161–166)
      Gabriela Bijovsky
      Keywords: numismatics
    • A Greek Curse Tablet from the Eastern Circus at Caesarea Maritima (pp. 167–174)
      Robert Daniel and Yosef Porath
      Keywords: epigraphy, Roman leisure culture, facility, entertainment
    • Anastylosis of the Obelisk in the Eastern Circus at Caesarea Maritima (pp. 175–192)
      Yoram Sa‘ad
      Keywords: technology, reconstruction, conservation
  • Remains from the Roman until the Crusader Periods in Tiberias, Aviv Hotel (with a contribution by Yael Gorin-Rosen) (Hebrew, pp. 63*–88*; English summary, pp. 231–233)
    Oren Zingboym, Aharon Amitai and Dina Avshalom-Gorni
    Keywords: architecture, city limits, imported pottery, typology, water supply
    • Tiberias, Aviv Hotel: Domestic and Industrial Pottery from the Abbasid and Crusader Periods (pp. 193–216)
      Edna J. Stern
      Keywords: typology, sugar production, molasses jars, kiln bars, pottery production, trade, imports, Mediterranean Sea, Frankish, scallop shell, pilgrim badge, Santiago de Compostela